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loose rear wheels A-C [B]

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11-30-2003 11:00:14

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Is there any repair kits or good fix's for worn rear hub and axles that are splined ?

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11-30-2003 16:31:29

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 Re: loose rear wheels A-C [B] in reply to Mike/Ohio, 11-30-2003 11:00:14  
Depends on how much it is worn. I had a B that when you pushed the hub on it bottomed out and the splines were still a few thousands loose. I took the hub and ground 1/8 inch off the back side of the hub where it bottomed out aginst the outboard seal race. Reinstalled and pushed in on an extra 1/16 inch and all was o.k.-------Had a second unit that tore the splines out of the hub. New hub is about $75 around here so i made a jig and wire feed welded new splines in the hub. turned it tapered on the lathe and finsihed up with a small hand grinder.-- fits real good. ready to install this winter. -------If you have some wear, but the hub is snug on a few high spots, i would consider painting a material called BELZONNA (like liquid steel) on the splines and pushing it on almost to where you want it. Let is set overnight, then install the nut and pound it into the final position. THink i will put a little on my homemade splines during installation. This was a common fix for loose splines on crawler tractor final drive shafts (200-400 HP) tractors 20 years ago in the field.

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Eric Egland

11-30-2003 16:26:56

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 Re: loose rear wheels A-C [B] in reply to Mike/Ohio, 11-30-2003 11:00:14  
Mike, The only real way is to replace your axles/hubs with better ones. I got the solid axles to eliminate this problem on my B. I know where at least two more parts tractors are that have these axles. Good luck.

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